Round of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says he needs Maisie Williams’ Arya Stark to include in her own turn off of the hit HBO show.
The on-screen character, who played Jaime Lannister in the epic dream show, said he is pulling for the anonymous warrior as she sets out on her adventure toward the west of Westeros in the season finale.
“That scene, it was astonishing! I truly thought it was an incredible ending. What’s more, Arya!” Coster-Waldau said in an Instagram video.
The 48-year-old entertainer likewise gave a gesture to the underway prequel, probably titled The Long Night, and the viral online request to HBO to re-try the arrangement with “skilled journalists”.
“I realize they’re doing all these prequels, yet shouldn’t something be said about the spin-off? With Arya? What about – I’m simply tossing something around here – what about a request? An online appeal to HBO that they complete a spin-off with Arya Stark,” he included.
The Danish on-screen character conceded he was “dismal” to say goodbye to the long-running arrangement, that debuted in 2011.
“What an extraordinary 10 years. Much thanks to you such a great amount for viewing. I’m simply thankful,” he said.
It was window down for Coster-Waldau in the penultimate scene, when Jaime and his twin sister/sweetheart Cersei (played by Lena Headey) died in one another’s arms under the heaviness of the Red Keep as Daenerys Targaryen destroyed practically the majority of King’s Landing to the ground.